The shift that Titus Andronicus makes with A Productive Cough shouldn’t catch us off guard—long have Patrick Stickles and Co.
Franz Ferdinand is playing at James Murphy’s house. One of the best Franz Ferdinand performances is on an LCD Soundsystem
Franz Ferdinand seems to have a thing for laziness. In addition to the Glasgow band’s generally louche persona, there’s a
Anyone who’s been cussed out by “Ben Franklin’s Song” knows Colin Meloy still has some poison left in his quill.
Weezer, the 10th album by Weezer, is about as good (or bad, your call) as Weezer, several measures worse than
Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream and Jesus And Mary Chain fame is often noted with the phrase, “A band is only
Sixty years ago today, explosively melodic jazz pianist Erroll Garner lit a fire in a Carmel By The Sea, Calif.,
I have no doubt that John Dwyer and the occasionally rotating crew of musicians he calls Thee Oh Sees are
According to William Blake, “The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom … you never know what is
Continuing their film-buff aesthetic (band moniker plus the director their side project Herzog is named for—look it up if necessary)
It’s not as if Jim O’Rourke made easily digestible vocal records when he was part of the indie-avant pop milieu
The pleasantly cacophonous joy of Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel is the unpredictable blessing and occasional curse of Mates Of